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perspectives. today we have two outstanding folks. the first, the new york times -- "the new york times complete civil war 18615" we have andrew johnson: a presidential biography by annette gordon reid. one would think initially these books don't have that much in comn, but as i read them, it was apparent they had an enormous amount in common. andrew johnson, race issues and they.gov tail nicely. let me introduce the authors, and the authors will speak, and then we'll have a question and answer section with hopefully a lot of time for questions and answers, an i expect you to participate, and when we begin, i'll remind you, this is not a moment for you to give speeches but ask questions and the authors to answer. first, hared holtzer has written or edited several dozen books and he is, by my standards, perhaps the best authority on abraham lincoln in the world. i rantly of had opportunity to use one of his books in my undergraduate class with great success, he's received the national humanities medal, and his associate, craig simons is professor at the naval academy and former naval off
on duty dressed as new york giants fans. so treat them right. >> reporter: already, the pre- game smack talk has begun. >> we spanked them in november. and the saints spanked them in november. so they feel they got the upper hand they want to come over and prove something. ain't gonna happen. >> reporter: as for ticket sales -- liz, a lot of them are sold out. be care of counterfeits online. if you want to get the ticket might be high-priced but go to nfl ticket exchange. we're also hearing that some of the halftime festivities, train local bay area musician will be performing. >> all eyes will be on san francisco this weekend. juliette, thanks. ♪ [ music ] >> as juliette mentioned, a little pre-game entertainment before kickoff. local band train will perform at candlestick park. much more on the big game still ahead including a live report from the only 9ers hangout in new york city. >> 18 people have been arrested so far during today's "occupy" protest in san francisco. that includes one person who apparently grabbed a police officer's baton. demonstrators blocked entrances to banks
by the new york hiss tore historical society, joseph ellis is interviewed by richard brookhighser. >> we're very proud to welcome two distinguished speakers this evening. they both contributed to shaping our nation. joseph j. he will sis the ford foundation professor of history at mt. holioke college. he is author of several books and the recipient of several prestigious awards including notably the pulls pull pulitzer prize in hist rich. his most recent work is "american creation: try you haves and tragedies at the republic" is called subtle and brilliant. we're also pleased to welcome back richard brookhighser. among his many books are "america's first dynasty," "alexander hamill son: american" and "what would the founders do." he was also the curator at the new york historical society. he is a regular contributor to the national review and writes column for the new york observer. so now before we begin this terrific program this evening, i would ask as always that you please turn off your cell phones and now join me in welcoming our guests to the new york historical society. thank you
of the publication of his book, "god and man at yale." >> this week on "the communicators," new york times technology columnist nick billiton talks about the impact of technology on business and how technology has changed the media. >> host: and from time to time on "the communicators" we like to look into the future and look at some of the technology that may be coming down the road. and joining us this week is nick billiton of "the new york times." he's a technology columnist and reporter with the times. mr. bilton, what do you write about? >> guest: oh, i write about anything to do with technology and business and the way technology is changing society and culture. and i also write about a lot of the big companies that are affecting what we're doing, including apple, microsoft, and then the smaller ones like twitter and, well, facebook which is not necessarily small anymore. but it's just a range of technology and culture. >> host: and when did you move to the san francisco area? >> guest: i am now a san francisco resident as of four months ago. so i was in new york for 15 years on the east coast,
of the beautiful gems that i found in new york in a yiddish archives it's been lost for so many years. i was lucky to perform it in new york for october for a big jewish audience and people fell in love with it. it's a true story and something that still exists now. this means god watches over -- this piece a girlfriend her boyfriend goes to war and she says, i was lucking to be in love for a little while. i had love and everything i could ever want and now he's off at war and i'm alone. and i don't know what will happen after this. will he kill another mother's child. will i have to live with that? god watch over my belove ed and all the mother's sons. [music] [applause] >> so, not sure how much time we have left? keep going. all right. right? all right. so the next few pieces i wanted to tell you about. one is by [inaudible] and the other is by the same composer that did [inaudible] those conductors the father of russian music. know this song is not a song that was a yiddish it was a russian song and translated to yiddish because people loved it so much when they immigrated to new york it becam
of the new york city . great to be back with you again. >> happy new year. >> are you ready for one more? >> why not. i am megyn kelly and we were surrounded by one mill onioor more here in times square for an event that is watched by a billion people around the world. >> it is astounding when you think about it. we are one hour away from when they drop the big ball for 2012. it is 40 stories over our head here in the end of times square. >> we talked about how it is down right balmy and looking forward to mi-ties with umbrellas. that has changed. but on tv it looks like an oversized tv ornhament. but it is 12 feet high and weighs more than 11,000 pounds. >> it is beaiful. i was up there today. >> you were touching the ball. >> it gets here at midnight. we have one of the best broadcast we have done. >> this is it? >> it has begun. fifth year together. >> i feel so close to you right now, bill. >> if it gets closer we'll get closer. >> it happened years ago. >> and hearing from rich and sandy patti. >> and '80s tunes from rock of ages. they are performing behind us in times square and yo
, america. and welcome to our all american new year. i am bill hemmer from the heart of the new york city . great to be back with you again. >> happy new year. >> are you ready for one more? >> why not. i am megyn kelly and we were surrounded by one mill onioor more here in times square for an event that is watched by a billion people around the world. >> it is astounding when you think about it. we are one hour away from when they drop the big ball for 2012. it is 40 stories over our head here in the end of times square. >> we talked about how it is down right balmy and looking forward to mi-ties with umbrellas. that has changed. but on tv it looks like an oversized tv ornhament. but it is 12 feet high and weighs more than 11,000 pounds. >> it is butiful. i was up there today. >> you were touching the ball. >> it gets here at midnight. we have one of the best broadcast we have done. >> this is it? >> it has begun. fifth year together. >> i feel so close to you right now, bill. >> if it gets closer we'll get closer. >> it happened years ago. >> and hearing from rich and sandy patti. >> an
for the 49ers who had come so far for the first time in years. their loss to the new york giants in sudden death overtime. a lot of sad 49ers fans tonight. a botched punt return in overtime cost the niner as chance to play in the super bowl. inside candlestick park with reaction from fans at the end of this very intense game. >> reporter: yeah, hi ann. a tough day out here for 49er fans, the weather kind of matching the mood. it was like this all day long. it was soggy, it was ugly. then the ending came that just crushed 49er fans, a very, very tough loss to a very, very good season. you could tell it was going to be a lousy day. it was muddy, cold, and windy. as the game wore on, you could see some worried looks. as the giants and niners battled back and forth, police say the crowds huddled against the wind and rain. and for the most part, behaved themselves. then it came down to this. overtime, and the giants shot to win it all. niners fans held their breath. and then, just like that, it was over. game, season, and a shot at the super bowl. >> i'm very sad. but we played a great season.
couple of hours, those temperatures are going to plunge in new york city, philadelphia, washington, d.c., baltimore. the cold air is on the way. there is rain actually all the way up to central new york but now that cold air is moving in and changing over to snow. the heaviest snows are found in between buffalo and erie. throughout the day we get the highest accumulation. a possibility of 6 to 12 inches of snow. we get the initial burst and lake effect later on today. lake-effect snow, pittsburgh, syracuse, rochester, buffalo, a snowy drive today. midwest, you're cold but at least you're that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. areas like boston will be warm but during the morning hours, the afternoon is when the temperatures will begin to plunge and in pittsburgh, a cold day. high only 24 degrees. that is one of the coldest days of the winter and you will see some snow showers. weekend forecast looks chilly, but not a lot of snow so it looks okay. >> i'm perplexed there is even snow. it's amazing. >> some areas, it's the first time
my brothers and i were invited to perform in the presence in upstate new york for the holiday. it was not a big political thing. it was a holiday. we were just going to go and sing sing christmas carols, do some rap songs, whether we could do to cheer up the brothers that were locked up. we started to do it over and over again. it was only 10 years later and that we began to see ways to use that in a more pro-active way. we would come out of a nightclub in new york city, my brother, my cousin, and i. we had had some experience with the police harassing us on the streets. this particular night, somebody had gotten into a fight, we were probably the only black folks in a white neighborhood the party that they were at, they were playing salsa, marvin gaye, and we were hanging out after the birthday party. we got caught up in a situation where the police had been called for shots fired. we happened to be the only black people there, they got us and put us in jail. that was the first day that you mentioned. the long and short of it is, i was in my second year of law school at the t
to it that littered about candlestick park on sunday will be san francisco police officers on duty dressed as new york giants fans. so treat 'em right. >> reporter: and already, the pre-game smack talk has begun. >> we spank them in november. and the saints spanked them in november. so they feel they got the upper hand that they want to come over here and prove something that they can come with a win. it ain't gonna happen. >> reporter: there you go. as for ticket sales, allen, 49ers headquarters say watch out for the counterfeits. watch out for tickets being sold on ebay and also craigslist. they said really go with the nfl ticket exchange for the best belt. we're also hearing some of the performers will be train on sunday a bay area musician as you know. >> pulling out all the stops. juliette, thank you. >>> good luck. you guys are going to need it. >> no, we're not. coming up, live from new york, mike sugerman heads into enemy territory to show us a surprising number of 9ers fans who are living in that enemy territory back there. >>> in other news, 18 people are arrested during today's "occupy" pro
in new york, and one of the awards was given to al gore, and i thought, oh, my gosh, why is al gore getting this? he stood up and made a speech which encouraged me, and i think gave some guidance on what we could do. he said, and he was talking mostly about the environmental, but other things in our democracy today saying, you know, people come to me, and they are very depressed about what's happening to our country, and he said, i'm reminded of what martin luther king said in the early 60s when his supporters came to him and said it's not going to get better. we're depressed. we're giving up. he said that's not so. things will get better because a lie cannot endure and the principles of the united states are too great to allow it to. that's inspiring to me because i think it said things. the only way that a lie can exist is in the absence of truth, and i'm struck every day that people don't know the facts, that jim talked about this echo chamber in certain areas of the country where people -- people simply don't know of the 171 people at guantanamo, 89 of them have been cleared. th
to smile on the state of south carolina. [applause] [applause] >> new york governor come andrew cuomo delivered her second date of the state address at the empire state convention center in albany last week. he announced lance for the nations largest convention center in new york city and a $1 billion jobs initiative for buffalo and plans to repair 2000 miles of roads and bridges' this is an hour.andrew cmo. [applause] the mac thank you. a thank you very much. [applause] thank you. ank thank you, thank you, thank you. happy new year, new york. it is going to be a good one. first, lieutenant governor bob duffy, isn't he great?we tion, star [applause] superstar. let's give him a round of applause, lt. governor bob duffy. [applause] ve anol heler was a time he was a formeran assemblyman.rmer [applause]er anotr another gentleman who had a ver important job when he was the state senator still has an important of attorney general eric schneider. [applause] majority leader talking about broad players, the last person to have a rookie season was derek jeeter. a pleasure to be with you. [appl
soul to attend the carters' "vanity fair" party to be cited favorably in in the "new york times." the worshiping of idols is sport for, it's more than sport. it is religion of the left. their religion is breaking each one of the ten commandments one by one. >> host: and from "godless" you write: these pro-choicers treat abortion the way muslims treat mohamed. it's so sacred, it must not be mentioned. the only other practice that was both defended and unspeakable in america like this was slavery. >> guest: uh-huh. that's true. and interestingly, even, um, even in places where slavery was accepted, and it wasn't in many parts of the world, people would not let their children play with slave traders the way i imagine people wouldn't today let their kids -- it's one thing to say, oh, i'm pro-choice and let a woman decide. it's a different thing to let your kids play with a child of a local abortionist of which there are not very many. it's a repellant practice. but it is peculiar that they'd elevate this and pretend it's a constitutional right, and yet we can't use the word. you don
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please, join me in welcoming our guest to the new york historical society. thank you. [ applause ] [ inaudible ] >> we're both really federalists, so that's all that really matters. before we begin, i want to embarrass our guest by adding a little more praise. we had been in a founder's revival for the last ten or 12 or perhaps more years. and like the founding itself, it's been a collective enterprise. many writers involved in making different contributions. but also, like the founding, there's been an indispensable man and i believe that's joe ellis. he was there at the beginning of the founder's revival. he brought the knowledge and the unimpeachable credentials of the academy and he joined them with a lit rate readable style. it's a pureless combination and i'm very pleased to be here and i greatly enjoyed your book, which i finished yesterday. so but just, and just taking off that introduction, you -- >> i'll take it. i'll take it. >> no, but you talk about the numbers of people who made the founding. and you say that, you know, the most prominent ones that you're going to b
marine. couple tours in iraq. >> andrew cuomo, the governor of new york who has brought forward a balanced budget bipartisan with democrats and republicans in that state. something that hasn't occurred in a long time. >> i know you are are eager for this envelope? >> i am indeed. i wish to thank you. what's going on, friend? let's see it, car nak. >> j. carson. >> car nak the magnificent? >> destined for political stardom in 2012, ong song chris dimino hi. already famous as a nobody prize winner. now no longer under house arrest she can openly campaign as emerge as a political star. she is destined for political star dominique, pat, in 2012. >> takes my breath away. >> sarah palin a shopping around a new reality show. but they are not lining up to take it. >> rich? >> nancy pelosi. when democrats fail to take back the house she will no longer be the leader of that caucus. >> senator harry reid, the democrats are going to lose control of the senate and he will no longerk majority leader. >> destined for political oblivian in 2012, ricky assange. the five major newspapers in the w
of their strategy to keep things under control in the area. no arrests so far. >>> the new york times has released the top 20 travel cities. oakland has been named the number five place to travel in the world. here is a look at the top five that made that new york times list. panama took the number one spot followed by finland, myanmar, and london. here's more on why oakland was picked. >> reporter: the new york times names oakland as the number five place to visit in 2012. some people say yeah, they can kind of see that but others say no way. >> i'm incredibly surprised. >> reporter: surprise and instead of naming it a place to avoid, the new york times says oakland is a world class destination. >> you look at lake merritt, you look at jack london square, you look at the parks. you look up in the hills. you see the views. it could potentially be a great city. >> yeah. >> i just don't know that it's there yet. >> reporter: even those who live here and love oakland find it hard to believe but oakland is ranked higher than tokyo, san diego and florence, italy. >> there's a lot of energy around here
. >> thank you very much. [applause] thank you.ou, thank you. thank you. happy new year, new york.good it is going to be a good one.th the lieutenant governor is and he great. [applause]we when we started theadministtion administration we had three colb you seele behind me ball is thet personification of that. he was a great mayor of the cit of rochester. he's been a phenomenal governor. he's been everywhere. he's truly a superstar. let's give him a round of applause, lt. governor bob duffy. [applause] our great country will have ano important job at one time he was a formeran assemblyman.rmer [applause]er anotr another gentleman who had a ver important job when he was the state senator still has an important of attorney general eric schneider. [applause] majority leader talking about broad players, the last person to have a rookie season was derek jeeter. a pleasure to be with you. [applause] speaker sheldon. th had two rookies to deal withi last year. the speaker both myself and the -- i can tell you this the speaker was always constructive it's not that we always agree o everyt
happy new year, new york. it is going to be a good one. id he great. [applause]we when we started theadministtion administration we had three colb you seele behind me ball is thet personification of that. he was a great mayor of the cit of rochester. he's been a phenomenal governor. he's been everywhere. he's truly a superstar. let's give him a round of applause, lt. governor bob duffy. [applause] our great country will have ano important job at one time he was a formeran assemblyman.rmer [applause]er anotr another gentleman who had a ver important job when he was the state senator still has an important of attorney general eric schneider. [applause] majority leader talking about broad players, the last person to have a rookie season was derek jeeter. a pleasure to be with you. [applause] speaker sheldon. th had two rookies to deal withi last year. the speaker both myself and the -- i can tell you this the speaker was always constructive it's not that we always agree o everything but the question is are you positive and are you constructive and are you working towards a solution a
in washington this morning afa tending four fundraisers here in new york. the president stopped off at the apollo theater in harlem and a $35,000 per ticket fundraiser at the home of spike lee. earlier he talked about jobs at disney world in florida. >>> today a super pac supporting the president is running a newspaper ad in south carolina. it's aimed at mitt romney calling him pro life, pro choice and pro profit. it quotes romney before he changed his position on abortion. the ad also says romney profited from investments in a medical waste company that disposes of "aborted children and the instruments used to kill them." >>> a protest against super pacs at new york's federal courthouse has been nixed by a judge. the judge said the courthouse could not be a public forum. occupy the courts protests are planned nationwide today. it's the second anniversary of the supreme court decision allowing unlimited political spending by corporations, unions and other groups. >>> overseas, an afghan soldier shot and killed four nato troops in eastern afghanistan this morning. reuters reports the
you hit tokyo. that's according to the "new york times." what outsiders say the other city by the bay has to offer. occupiers than high-energy . >>> oakland is a city more synonymous with violent occupiers and high energy night life, but according to the "new york times," it's in the middle of a renaissance, a destination city on par with hell sinky and london. >> reporter: well, the reaction to all of this depends on who you ask. some people from out of town say they are surprised that oakland, with its proximity to san francisco, came out so well in this "new york times" report. but other residents, those who live in oakland, say they are not so surprised. the "new york times," citing for one thing, the revitalization here in jack london square, just one of the reasons to visit oakland, but also cites a revitalized night life, including several new upscale cocktail bars and restaurants and the article also does mention those recent occupy protests, but makes a point in saying the tensions have now cooled. >> i think a lot of people don't perceive it as being very safe or an interest
park on sunday will be san francisco police officers on duty dressed as new york giants fans, so treat them right. >> and took out a full page ad in the chronicle urging fans to calm down. and to respect both the game and each other. >>> we've seen the occupy movement target banks and government buildings. tonight, they are going after something else that they think represents the 1%. fancy, expensive cars. occupiers marched up the avenue in san francisco smashing car dealerships before taking over a famous old building at one point using bibles as weapons. elizabeth cook shows us the damage. >> within moments after they took aim at the 1% through the bentley dealership, this. armed with bricks, rocks, and bottles, occupy protesters marched along the avenue. at times, battling with police. >> they use their umbrellas, like grappling hooks to latch on to the barricade and rip the barricade down so they can gain entry. >> 20 to 30 protesters got inside the cathedral hill hotel. a group went up to the roof and began throwing bibles on to the street. >> a vacant building and it's to e
dressed as new york giants fans. so treat them right. >> today, 49ers president took out a full page ad in the chronicle, urging fans to respect both the game and one another. >>> also in the news tonight, a horrifying experience for a little girl in san jose. a man kidnapped her from her home and the ordeal ended only when san jose police shot and killed him right in front of her. len ramirez with the dangerous rescue mission. >> police investigators huddled up in front of the apartment. officers tracked down kidnapping suspect to the complex and found he was still holding the 11-year-old victim inside. >> as they are making their approach, the suspect appeared in a window with the victim. he was holding the victim as a hostage. he was armed with the handgun. fired several rounds. >> a specially trained hostage team entered the apartment from the other side. >> the suspect opened fire and one of our officers, which is our s.w.a.t. team, took a shot at the suspect and actually hit him and the suspect has been pronounced dead at the scene. >> the girl was not hit by any of the gunfi
: the bay area, just two days away from the 49ers showdown with the new york giants at candlestick park. the 49ers slab was unveiled at city hall. san francisco police chief says there will be extra security at the game on sunday and says undercover officers will address in new york giants gear. >> watch your language and have a good time, we will have undercover cops and giants apparel. >>j.r.: you hear the word bart and you say, of course there will be busy. busy is at one thing. at capacity is another. bar owners are expecting big crowds. >> we brought an extra security people so that too many people did not command. >> we are buying as much beer as you can. >> it was unfortunate, we had to turn some of our fans away. >>grant: i spoke with some 49ers fans who flew in. they said, the weather is a brutal, they are not going to the game. >>pam: you heard the san francisco police chief talk about this, team leaders are urging fans to be on their best behavior. kiberlee sakamoto has a look at the very public message sent out today. >>kimberlee: in an attempt to reach out to fans, the 49er
to auction. >> monroe moves to new york. >> dolly madison also becomes a person who depends on charity. so that it would have been in your best interest to make a change, but they're so committed, not just to slavery as an economic system, but to the world that slavery represented psychologically, culturally, that they just couldn't imagine another world. all they have to do is go to massachusetts, connecticut and they can see another world. but it's one of the great failures, and as a virginian, like the virginia dynasty. wonderful. everything after that is horrible. i mean, even robert e. lee, great general, chooses the wrong side. and i'm convince that had if jefferson lived to 1861 he would have gone with the confederacy. washington would have gone with the union. it's like, you know, at some point in time greatness means can you know where history is headed. adams knew that. hamilton as much as anybody knew that. washington knew that. jefferson didn't know that. >> well, we have been -- we were head today a great evening and we've had one so thank you very much. [ applause ] >> each w
'm leaving today ♪ i want to be a part of it new york, new york >> there she is! ♪ i'm longing to stay ♪ right in the very heart of it ♪ ♪ new york, new york, >> bill: what a scene. oh, what a scene, i love it. >> megyn: beautiful. look up there. look at that. look at all of the smoke. >> bill: it is worth it. you know, it is worth it. ♪ ♪ new york, new york, >> bill: i think that is really cool. see that? have you been watching that screen? it is really cool. >> megyn: i like it. >> bill: wow. wow. legends. >> bill: let's hear it, gotham! ♪ >> bill: beautiful. it is sensory overload in manhattan. that is the fireworks going off in central park. >> megyn: we got fireworks at one end. confetti from end to end. we got smoke and mirrors. we got lady gaga. >> bill: and we have frank i sinatra. >> megyn: what more could we he ask for? >> bill: we stand here every year and we talk about the weather and we talk about this, that and the other but nothing tops the moment when you are here with that song in new york city. happy new year, america! >> megyn: happy new year! ♪ dougie.
. ♪ start spreading the news i'm leaving today ♪ i want to be a part of it new york, new york >> there she is! ♪ i'm longing to stay ♪ right in the very heart of it ♪ ♪ new york, new york, >> bill: what a scene. oh, what a scene, i love it. >> megyn: beautiful. look up there. look at that. look at all of the smoke. >> bill: it is worth it. you know, it is worth it. ♪ ♪ new york, new york, >> bill: i think that is really cool. see that? have you been watching that screen? it is really cool. >> megyn: i like it. >> bill: wow. wow. legends. >> bill: let's hear it, gotham! ♪ >> bill: beautiful. it is sensory overload in manhattan. that is the fireworks going off in central park. >> megyn: we got fireworks at one end. confetti from end to end. we got smoke and mirrors. we got lady gaga. >> bill: and we have frank i sinatra. >> megyn: what more could we he ask for? >> bill: we stand here every year and we talk about the weather and we talk about this, that and the other but nothing tops the moment when you are here with that song in new york city. happy new year, ameri
in new york with details. >> let's begin with stock-index futures. essentially flat. we are keeping an eye on retail sales. cash register receipts are tallied and we will see how much spending we did in december. economists expect a good number as bargaining enters what discounted holiday items. macy's was among the top performers last month. it wants to focus on boosting sales in its biggest american markets. it has been taking requests from minority shoppers to see what they like best. ford is leading a push by commercial truck makers of talent the likes of lockheed martin corp. or general dynamics to replace military humvees with all-terrain vehicles of their own. contracts are worth $54 billion and the bidding opens january 20. home depot planning to hire thousands of seasonal workers. details in the next dollar. that's business news for now. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news from your. back to you. >> thank you. 4:36, 45 degrees. >> still to come, the marine corps is looking into disturbing allegations against some of its own. a video stirring up controversy. >> a wild night
get the idea to by their story? >> guest: well, it started with an article i wrote for "the new york times" called "the stage thing called prom." and i wrote about the kids putting on their first-ever prom. they're brand new to the country, they had no idea what prom was, and, you know, that made the planning of it very difficult. and they, basically, studied for prom the way you or i might have studied for a chemistry exam. they would watch a movie like "mean girls "and say, okay, i get it, you know, this is how you do prom. and i followed them for the few months that they were organizing it. and in the end, it was unlike any prom i'd been to and heard of, and the most popular girl was a nomadic yak herder from tibet. these kids were so charming, i fell in love with them. and i knew i'd only just scratched the surface and that it would make a great book to go back to the high school. >> host: brooke hauser, were they trying to be americans through the prom? >> guest: some were and some weren't. when you have kids coming from more than 45 different countries, you get a whole range of
♪ shit ♪ look at my dance ♪ look at my dance ♪ look at my dance hey, yo, new york, man, thank you. i appreciate it, baby. i appreciate the love. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] >> january 19th, 2012, from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: boom, hey, everybody, welcome to the daily show, my name is jon stewart. we have a good one-- yes, all right. someone just sneezed. my guest from the movie "man on the ledge" elizabeth banks is going to join us later tonight, but some of we want to get to tonight. yes, please, indulge your applause. (cheers and applause) >> jon: so much to get to tonight, we're going to dive right in. a few weeks ago spunky young upstart heard the pem's call and decided to explore the possibility of joining the race for president of the united states of south carolina. and! when he did, everything changed. >> the poll shows obama at 41%, romney at 38%, this is p-- poll and colbert at 13%. (cheers and applause) >> jon: 13%,
the homeless teen from new york's long island whose story inspired so many people after she was named a semifinalist in a prestigious science competition. well, tonight, samantha garvey and her family are homeless no more. today, they received the keys to a new home through a program that helps families move out of shelters. the family had been flooded with an outpouring of support from folks all across the country. >>> if you have ever found yourself sitting on the tarmac during a long delay like i was just last night, looking for someone to blame, you might want to remember this. the faa says one-third of all flight delays across the country are caused by a ripple effect from delays at just four airports, new york's big three, jfk, laguardia and newark, plus the airport in philadelphia. perhaps the airline industry expert puts it best to "the new york times," says, when new york sneezes the rest of the national air space catches a cold. >>> up next here tonight, the spirit of st. louis honoring america's heroes. >>> as the last american troops left iraq late last year, we saw a lot
foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key, strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is "bbc world news america," reporting from washington. i'm katty kay. >> hello out there! >> battles rage in syria as america refuses united nations -- accuses the united nations of neglecting violence. akron -- africa's economic rise. and the fastest stingers in the business -- that his fingers in the business. this pianist says playing quick has more to do with martial arts than mozart. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. the fall of president of charles ko'd of syria is inevitable according to u.s. -- of bashar al-assad of syria is inevitable according to u.s. secretary of state. the backdrop of violence is growing. government forces appear
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two hours to put out. the bay area still in playoff fever. new york's win today over green bay gives the 49ers home field advantage for next week's nfc championship game. good evening... i'm ann notarangelo. another big win for the 49ers -- as they will now host the nfc championship game for the first time since the 1997 season. many 49er fans became new york giants fans for the day. but that won't be the case next week when san francisco hosts new york for the right to play in super bowl 46. today's win means fans will not have to make the trip to green bay next sunday. the niners have home field advantage. "we're ready to play the 9ers, new jersey right here. 9ers have no shot."' "it s gonna be a tough decision. i've lived here for 6 and a half years, but i'm from new jersey. go giants!" we checked stub hub a half hour ago -- ticket prices for next sunday's game range from 347-dollars for the nose bleed seats -- to 30- thousand dollars for box seats. big news internationally-- emergency crews rescued another survivor from that overturned cruise liner off the coast of italy tonight.
stick park. >> they're here, the new york giants have arrived in the bay area and they are ready to go. why their plane was a few hours late. >> thank you to everyone in south carolina who decided to be with us. >> tomorrow we're going to move on to florida. three states, three winners, what a great country. >> there's no doubt in my mind the moe ten momentum will continue. >> an upset in south carolina. newt gingrich wins the primary. all candidates to stay in the race. good evening. in just a few hours, fans will be pouring in to candlestick park to watch the game between the 49ers and the new york giants. 49er faithfuls are there, despite a problem that could cause quite a mess. some tailgaters were camp ling out to get a prime spot to watch the game on tv. don. >> this may seem like a cold, dark, dreary place to spend the night, but in their luxury rv's, spending the night outside of candlestick, anticipating tomorrow is heaven, especially with what tomorrow might bring besides the rain. flames from an open grill provide some psych lodge cam warmth for these 49er fans from so
. "the new york times" reports that iran will cross a, quote, red line if it acted too close to the strait. iran recently staged military exercises after threatening to cut off ship traffic near e persian gulf, a crucial waterway for oil supplies. >>> in the meantime, iran has surprisingly agreed to allow in a delegation of nuclear inspectors later this month but it's not clear if the inspectors will be permitted to visit key nuclear sites involved in a nuclear weapon program. iran denies it's trying to build a nuclear bomb. >>> now here is a look at other stories making news early today in america. this was caught on surveillance video when he confronted a couple of would-be car thieves. one suffered a knife wound and retreated in his home. police hope the footage will aid footage of the attack will aid in capturing the suspects. >>> a freak accident caused a major scare and damage inside one louisiana fast food restaurant. a tire from a passing 18-wheeler launched into the front entrance of the eatery after falling off the trailer. four people inside suffered minor injuries
foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key, strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> talks on the syrian crisis gets underway in new york. russia fears a libya-style intervention. arab league delegates want a resolution calling for a transfer of power in damascus. >> it is more urgent than ever to put an end to this bloodshed and violence, to start a credible political solution. >> hello, and welcome to "gmt." i'm george alagiah with a world of news and opinion. also -- mitt romney and head in the polls as florida's republicans choose a presidential candidate. but newt gingrich says win or lose, he will fight on. dozens left dead across eastern europe as temperatures plummet well below zero. the elderly and homeless the most at risk. it is midday here in london, 8:00 p.m.
. new york avenue in down, after montana ave. the road is being treated for icy conditions. elsewhere, the green light to and from the american legion bridge. no problems on 395. >> 5:00 right now. police are on the lookout for a man who had been tried to get the attention of students attending claremont elementary school. >> degree and carter is live with the details. >> very concerning to parents. according to authorities, there have been four separate incidents is that that happen near the school over the past month. the latest one happening tuesday night are around 7:30. according to fairfax county police, a man in a red pickup truck was seen waving to, calling out to pop or staring at students walking in the area. no child was ever touched or injured. it is, however, alarming to parents. >> it is a little unsettling. you want your kids to be safe. you want your neighbors to protect your kids. they are out there, going to school. having an individual driving around in not knowing his intentions, it is unsettling. i hope the individual is identified. >> according to police, they ha
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